Also, they can start their pre-registration minors between the ages of 12 and 17 that is clinically proven morbidity,
The government presented through a table diseases or risk factors to be considered For the COVID-19 vaccine, which you can see in detail on the official website:
chronic heart condition Such as congenital or acquired heart disease and high blood pressure.
chronic lung disease such as poorly controlled severe asthma, ciliary dyskinesia and others.
Chronic disorders of the kidney, liver or digestive system
chronic neurological disease Such as neurodisability, congenital disorders, among others.
endocrine disease Such as diabetes mellitus in any form and degree of control, among others.
moderate to severe immunosuppression,
Asplenia or arm dysfunction and hematological disease,
serious genetic abnormalities affecting multiple systems.
teenage pregnancy from nine weeks’ gestation.
The Registry opened the first minutes of November 19, 2021 through the page https://mivacuna.salud.gob.mx/index.php.
Earlier Start with filling in the data, it is necessary that you have the following: CURP of your sons or daughters, contact details of both the minor and their guardians, telephone and email.
you should also Enter data such as entity, municipality or mayor’s office to which you are currently related; There are few fields to fill in Street, Neighborhood, Number and Postal Code.
In this record, You have to select the risk or comorbidity group by whom your son or daughter is according to them clinical diagnosis, other than indicating the institution, unit of attention or particular service where it participates.
When your appointment, the date and time of application of the vaccine against the COVID-19 disease is ready, you should go to the designated place with the following documents and pay attention to certain signs:
card and/or proof certifying the diagnosis of one of the risk diseases issued by the treating physician
Follow the instructions of the brigade personnel.
Take preventive and hygiene measures,
The dose given by the Mexican government for teenagers is the Pfizer-Biotech vaccine. According to the website of the Ministry of Health, it showed Safety and efficacy results 75% after the first dose and 95% seven days after the second dose.
Some mild or moderate side effects, which tend to improve with the passage of days, that minors may suffer are:
pain in the area injection, redness, swelling, tiredness, headache, muscle aches, chills, fever, and nausea, In case of introducing any other, you should consult with your treating doctor.